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Skilling up the workforce is imperative as we must take advantage of the data available to help prevent clinician burnout, says Dr. Harpreet Sood, co-founder of NHS Digital Academy.
Personal health records, health information exchange and other digital health learnings can be extracted from the Middle East experiences, says Sam Shah, digital health advisor and former NHSX director of digital development.
(Sponsored) The push to the payer-provider model where the private sector occupies a larger role, which has patients at the center in the GCC region, is the focus for Omar Shraim, CIO at SapphireHMS, Kuwait.
In addition to being a standard for exchanging healthcare data, FHIR is a community of people who aims to create a "public treasure" that we all own, says Grahame Grieve, FHIR product director for HL7 International.
Emmanuel Urquieta, scientist with the Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH), talks about how the technology has ability to expand the life of medications and food.
Conveying compassion, or "digital empathy" is possible through technology including virtual coaching and chatbots – if consumers trust the healthcare source, says John Sharp, Personal Connected Health Alliance at HIMSS.
Mary L. Bouxsein, professor of orthopedic surgery at Harvard Medical School, discusses the physiological response to microgravity with an eye toward preparing for a mission to Mars.
HIMSS Media's Jonah Comstock discusses topics from the Connected Health Conference, including personal wellness monitoring, telemedicine and what Millennials and Gen Z expect from their healthcare.
No matter how compelling solution looks to investors, physicians need data evidence to see value of adoption, says Ben Sych, strategy and partnership manager at the AMA.
CaroMont Regional Medical Center reduces ER overflow hours from 1,700 to just 148 by using telehealth, reports Healthcare IT News Managing Editor Bill Siwicki in a recent case study.